BEST TVs FOR 2020
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AV Integrators all agree, one of the amazing parts of working with Reflectel is that we work with any technology you want. Many clients are brand loyal and that’s amazing, yet others are unsure what TV to select. There are so many new buzz words: OLED, QLED, 4K, 8Kand so on. Read on and we will break it down for you after the amazing reviews from the top testers in the industry! You can rely on Reflectel because we use all of these TV in our process. Most times our recommendation is requested and we share freely.
The 7 Best TVs – Spring 2020
Courtesy of RTings
According to our trusted “inside” resource, Rtings, “The LG B9 is the best TV we’ve tested so far. This amazing OLED TV delivers a spectacular picture quality regardless of the room that you’re in. Its infinite contrast ratio results in perfect blacks when watching in a dark room, and it has excellent reflection handling for watching in bright rooms. It does have excellent gray uniformity, which is great if you tend to watch a lot of sports, and it can upscale lower-resolution content like cable TV with no problems at all”
Our reliable testers add an alternative to the LG: “If you’re worried about permanent burn-in and prefer an LED TV, then the Samsung Q80/Q80R is a fantastic choice. Although it can’t produce perfect blacks like the LG B9 OLED, it can get much brighter and it handles reflections a bit better, which is great if you need to put it in a bright room. Although the Samsung has a VA panel, which is known for having excellent contrast ratios and mediocre viewing angles, its native contrast is lower than other VA panels due to its ‘Ultra Wide Angle’ which improves the viewing angles significantly. It also has good-out-of-the-box color accuracy and good built-in speakers, better than most TVs.”
Our testers look at all aspects when reviewing: “The best TV for color accuracy that we’ve tested so far is the Sony X950G. Out-of-the-box, this TV has the most accurate colors we’ve seen, and you won’t need to pay extra for a full calibration.
Rtings rounds off their recommendation with an economic option: “The best budget TV that we’ve tested so far is the Hisense H9F. It’s an impressive TV for any use. And you can’t go wrong with it for its price. Its contrast ratio is one of the best we’ve seen on a LED TV. But the black uniformity is only decent, and the local dimming feature isn’t very effective at handling bright and fast-moving objects.
In bright rooms, this TV handles reflections really well. It can get bright enough to combat glare, meaning it performs well even with direct sunlight present”